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PEDALING FOR PROGRESS

By on January 1, 2011 in Africa Category, Culture Category

Like most other people in the world, Africans need a practical and cost effective way to get from point A to point B, and it is bicycles that have kept Africans on the move.

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STUNNING VICTORY

On March 1, 1896, Italian forces attempted to gain control of Ethiopia in the Battle of Adowa. The results from this conflict would mark the beginning of the end of European colonialism in Africa.

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THE LIMITS OF THE SEA

Once, the ocean was thought to be inexhaustible—a limitless source of edible sea creatures.

Now, many marine populations are plummeting, and perhaps no fish is currently in greater danger than the Atlantic bluefin tuna.

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THE HUNTERS

By on December 1, 2010 in Far & Beyond Category, Food Category

Earning the daily bread means one thing to Westerners but means something quite different to indigenous cultures.

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DECODING CODE

DECODING CODE

Chris Bredt, a lawyer from Toronto, Canada, just finished his second climb up Kilimanjaro. Not only did he climb all the way to the summit of that massive mountain (twice!), but he also led a team that raised over $180,000 for charity on the most recent climb.

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